C342 World War II 70th Anniversary: 1941

Issue Date: December 7, 2011

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On December 7, 2011, the Marshall Islands Postal Service Authority issued ten new stamps commemorating America's involvement in World War II. Issued on the 70th Anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor which plunged America into the war, this special issue is the first in a five-year series. The 2011 World War II 70th Anniversary: 1941 Issue commemorates ten key events and important aspects of the year in which the United States officially entered World War II: the Burma Road, the Allies' vital supply route into China; America's first peacetime draft; Roosevelt's "Great Arsenal" speech; the Lend-Lease Act, which provided billions of dollars' worth of U.S. materials to Allied forces; the Atlantic Charter, calling for the destruction of Nazi tyranny; the sinking of the destroyer U.S.S. Reuben James by a German U-boat; the formation of America's civil defense program to prepare the U.S. population for possible attack; the mass production of Liberty ships to carry supplies across the ocean to the battlefields; the Japanese surprise attack on Pearl Harbor; and America's subsequent declaration of war on Japan.

TECHNICAL DATA

  • Issue: 70th Anniversary of World War II
  • Face Value: 12 x 44¢
  • Issue Date: December 7, 2011
  • Issue Place: Majuro
  • Original Artwork: Chris Calle
  • Printing Process: Black, cyan, magenta, yellow by offset lithography on unwatermarked gummed paper
  • Printer: Pioneer Printing, Cheyenne, Wyoming, U.S.A.
  • Stamp Format: Vertical
  • Stamps Per Sheet: 10
  • Designs per Sheet: 10
  • Overall Sheet Size: 179mm x 190mm
  • Size of Stamps: 31mm x 40mm
  • Issue Number: C342
  • Stamp Numbers:
    (10-1) Road to Burma
    (10-2) Peacetime Draft
    (10-3) Great Arsenal
    (10-4) Lend-Lease Act
    (10-5) Atlantic Charter
    (10-6) Destroyer Reuben Sunk
    (10-7) Civil Defense
    (10-8) Liberty Ship
    (10-9) Japan Attacks U.S.
    (10-10) Congress Declares War
  • Withdrawal Date: While supplies last.

    Stamp designs ©2011 Marshall Islands Postal Service Authority. All rights reserved.


    Stamps in this Issue

    Currency Face Value Stamp Description
    US$ 4.40 C342 World War II 70th Anniversary: 1941
    US$ .44 Road to Burma
    US$ .44 Peacetime Draft
    US$ .44 Great Arsenal
    US$ .44 Lend-Lease Act
    US$ .44 Atlantic Charter
    US$ .44 Destroyer Reuben Sunk
    US$ .44 Civil Defense
    US$ .44 Liberty Ships
    US$ .44 Japan Attacks U.S.
    US$ .44 Congress Declares War

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